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NRI child prodigy with IQ more than Ienstin
Jul 05, 2013 10:48 AM 2097 Views

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Dear Sir,


Please find attached a news item from  a London  daily regarding a


child prodigy  Kesh Iyengar who happens to be my nephew. His proud


parrents want the news to appear in Indian news papers. I hope you


would do the needful.


REGARDS


THANKS


Amarnath Murthy


DGM(E&T) ONGC Chandkheda


09426614129


Ahmedabad


Dear Sir,


Please find attached a news item from a London daily regarding a


child prodigy Kesh Iyengar who happens to be my nephew. His proud


parrents want the news to appear in Indian news papers. I hope you


would do the needful.


REGARDS


THANKS


Amarnath Murthy


DGM(E&T) ONGC Chandkheda


09426614129


Ahmedabad


Child genius from Cheam joins Mensa with higher IQ than Stephen Hawking


12:00pm Wednesday 3rd July 2013 in BizarreBy Mike Pyle


Child genius Kesh Iyengar


Meet Kesh Iyengar - the 13-year-old child genius with a higher IQ than Stephen Hawking or Einstein.


North Cheam boy Kesh has become one of the youngest members of Mensa by scoring the maximum 162 in an IQ test.


But, despite his extraordinary score, Wilson's School pupil Kesh says he is no different to any other boy his age.


Kesh, of Palmer Avenue, said: "I'm very proud. I almost didn't do so well because I wrote the answers to the Mensa test in the wrong places and had to rub it all out!


"I've always had a good memory. I started remembering number plates when I was younger and I think I got to the point where I could remember all the plates in Cheam - I've stopped that now, though!


"When I'm older I hope to do something in computers. I really like computers and I'd like to design software.


"IQ tests aren't' the same as what you do at school. I have a high IQ but I'm not the best at maths, science or English or anything like that, I'm reasonable, but not the best.


"Outside of school I like all the normal things - cricket is my favourite sport, U like music, gaming and that sort of thing."


Kesh's score of 162 is the highest rating possible in the Cattell III B IQ test - the test recognised by Mensa, which only accepts members with an IQ in the top two per cent.


Professor Stephen Hawking is reported to have an IQ of 160 and scientist Albert Einstein's estimated IQ is also 160.


Kesh's mum, Dr Jyothi Punekar, said: "I'm very proud. The school put him in for the exam and I thought 'let him go and give it a try'. I wasn't prepared for the result!


"I was over the moon, I couldn't believe it when I saw his marks."


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